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Birthstones are steeped in history and full of meaning, wearing the birthstone associated with the month of your birth is thought to bring you luck and protection. As well as wearing your own birthstone, why not add the birthstone of family members and loved ones to make your jewellery personal to you.

All our birthstone jewellery come with a meaning card, so they make the perfect gift. 

Discover the history and meaning behind your birthstone. 

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MEANING: Loyalty, honesty and passion

HISTORY:  The garnet takes its name from the Latin word for pomegranate 'malum granatum', as the fruits rich red jewel like seeds bear a striking resemblance to the gemstone.

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MEANING: Calm and serenity

HISTORY: It's often referred to as the 'Royal Jewel' as amethysts were used in royal collections all over the world, they were once believed to be more valuable than rubies and emeralds.

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MEANING: Happiness and courage

HISTORY: The name aquamarine originates from the Latin for water and sea 'aqua marina' and it was once believed to offer protection to sailors. 

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MEANING: Strength and love

HISTORY: Ancient cultures believed rock crystal was formed of petrified ice because of it's transparent ice colouring, it is also believed to hold many healing qualities.

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MEANING: Serenity and peace of mind

HISTORY: The name emerald is derived from the Greek word 'smaragdos' meaning green. To the ancient Egyptians the emerald was known as the 'lovers' stone and is believed to be Cleopatra's favourite gemstone. 

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MEANING: Faithfulness and friendship

HISTORY: Known as the 'Queen of Gems' as it was a symbol of wealth and power. In Greek mythology it was believed that pearls were the tears of gods, while an ancient Arab legend says pearls were created when dew drops filled with moonlight fell into the ocean.

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MEANING: Love and strength

HISTORY: Known as the 'King of Gems' as it was the gemstone of choice for kings and warriors because it symbolised strength and nobility and offered protection and good luck. 

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MEANING:  Success and good luck

HISTORY:  Peridot is formed deep within the earth and is brought to the surface by volcanic eruption. According to ancient legend, the green peridot crystals found in volcanic ashes represented the tears of Pele, the Hawaiian Goddess of Volcanoes. 

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MEANING: Loyalty and trust

HISTORY: Sapphire's have always been considered sacred stones believed to bring peace to the soul.

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MEANING: Healing and kindness

HISTORY: Known as the 'Rainbow Gemstone' due to the range of colours it comes in. In fact the word tourmaline is believed to have been derived from the Sinhalese word 'turmali' which literally means stone with various colours.

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MEANING: Success and strength

HISTORY: Ancient cultures believed the warm colour of citrine was a gift from the sun.

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MEANING: Imagination and happiness

HISTORY: Ancient cultures believed turquoise had the power to protect and it was also seen as a symbol of wealth as it was once even more highly valued than gold. 

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